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    Most is used as an adjective and an adverb

    I read a sentence " He gave the most money". In this sentence "most" is used as an adjective. If I want to use "most" as an adverb can I say "He gave money the most" Is the latter correct grammar? and if it is does it sound natural?
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    Re: Most is used as an adjective and an adverb

    No. It doesn't work.

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